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A Symposium On The Dingo

Author : Chris R. Dickman
ISBN : CORNELL:31924084892383
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Category: Conservation of natural resources

Dingo

Author : Brad Purcell
ISBN : 9780643096936
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Many present-day Australians see the dingo as a threat and a pest to human production systems. An alternative viewpoint, which is more in tune with Indigenous culture, allows others to see the dingo as a means to improve human civilisation. The dingo has thus become trapped between the status of pest animal and totemic creature. This book helps readers to recognise this dichotomy, as a deeper understanding of dingo behaviour is now possible through new technologies which have made it easier to monitor their daily lives.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Dingo Debate

Author : Bradley Smith
ISBN : 9781486300310
Genre : Science
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The Dingo Debate explores the intriguing and relatively unknown story of Australia’s most controversial animal – the dingo. Throughout its existence, the dingo has been shaped by its interactions with human societies. With this as a central theme, the book traces the story of the dingo from its beginnings as a semi-domesticated wild dog in South-east Asia, to its current status as a wild Australian native animal under threat of extinction. It describes how dingoes made their way to Australia, their subsequent relationship with Indigenous Australians, their successful adaption to the Australian landscape and their constant battle against the agricultural industry. During these events, the dingo has demonstrated an unparalleled intelligence and adaptable nature seen in few species. The book concludes with a discussion of what the future of the dingo in Australia might look like, what we can learn from our past relationship with dingoes and how this can help to allow a peaceful co-existence. The Dingo Debate reveals the real dingo beneath the popular stereotypes, providing an account of the dingo’s behaviour, ecology, impacts and management according to scientific and scholarly evidence rather than hearsay. This book will appeal to anyone with an interest in Australian natural history, wild canids, and the relationship between humans and carnivores.
Category: Science

Reintroduction Of Top Order Predators

Author : Matt W. Hayward
ISBN : 9781444312027
Genre : Nature
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Large predators are among the most threatened species on the planet and ways of conserving them in the face of increasing human populations and associated resource requirements are becoming critical. This book draws upon the experiences of some of the world’s foremost large carnivore specialists to discuss the numerous issues associated reintroducing large predators back into their natural habitats. Reviews of internationally renowned reintroduction programs for wolves, European lynx and African wild dog reveal the successes and failures of these actions. Experts on tigers, snow leopards and jaguars contend that there are other conservation options of higher priority that will ensure their security in the long-term. Other experts discuss more theoretical aspects such as whether we know enough about these species to be able to predict their behavioural or ecological response to the reintroduction process. Social, economic, political and genetic considerations are also addressed.
Category: Nature

Free Ranging Dogs And Wildlife Conservation

Author : Matthew E. Gompper
ISBN : 9780191640117
Genre : Science
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Dogs are the world's most common and widespread carnivores and are nearly ubiquitous across the globe. The vast majority of these dogs, whether owned or un-owned, pure-bred or stray, spend a large portion of their life as unconfined, free-roaming animals, persisting at the interface of human and wildlife communities. Their numbers are particularly large throughout the developing world, where veterinary care and population control are often minimal and human populations are burgeoning. This volume brings together the world's experts to provide a comprehensive, unifying, and accessible review of the effects of dogs on native wildlife species. With an emphasis on addressing how free-ranging dogs may influence wildlife management and native species of conservation concern, chapters address themes such as the global history and size of dog populations, dogs as predators, competitors, and prey of wildlife, the use of dogs as hunting companions, the role of dogs in maintaining diseases of wildlife, and the potential for dogs to hybridize with wild canid species. In addition, the potential role of dogs as mediators of conservation conflict is assessed, including the role of dogs as livestock guardians, the potential for dogs to aid researchers in locating rare wildlife species of conservation interest, and the importance of recognizing that some populations of dogs such as dingoes have a long history of genetic isolation and are themselves important conservation concerns. A common theme woven throughout this volume is the potential for dogs to mediate how humans interact with wildlife and the recognition that the success of wildlife conservation and management efforts are often underpinned by understanding and addressing the potential roles of free-ranging dogs in diverse natural ecosystems. Free-Ranging Dogs and Wildlife Conservation is aimed at professional wildlife and conservation ecologists, managers, graduate students, and researchers with an interest in human-dog-wildlife interactions. It will also be of relevance and use to dog welfare researchers, veterinary scientists, disease ecologists, and readers with an interest in the interface of domestic animals and wildlife.
Category: Science

The Australian Zoologist

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ISBN : UOM:39015068700122
Genre : Zoology
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Vols. 1-7 and 16 include reports and proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales for 1913-1932/33 and 1969/70.
Category: Zoology

Wildlife Research

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ISBN : UIUC:30112051725569
Genre : Wildlife management
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Category: Wildlife management

Index Of Conference Proceedings

Author : British Library. Document Supply Centre
ISBN : STANFORD:36105024163532
Genre : Conference proceedings
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Urban Dingo

Author : Lin Onus
ISBN : UOM:39015049650230
Genre : Art
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Urban dingo: the art and life of Lin Onus, 1948-1996 : catalogue of exhibition at Queensland Art Gallery.
Category: Art

Proceedings Of The 2003 Acm Symposium On Document Engineering

Author : Christine Vanoirbeek
ISBN : 1581137249
Genre : Business records
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We introduce a lazy XSLT interpreter that provides random access to the transformation result. This allows efficient pipelining of transformation sequences. Nodes of the result tree are computed only upon initial access. As these computations have limited fan-in, sparse output coverage propagates backwards through the pipeline. In comparative measurements with traditional eager implementations, our approach is on par for complete coverage and excels as coverage becomes sparser. In contrast to eager evaluation, lazy evaluation also admits infinite intermediate results, thus extending the design space for transformation sequences. To demonstrate that lazy evaluation preserves the semantics of XSLT, we reduce XSLT to the lambda calculus via a functional language. While this is possible for all languages, most imperative languages cannot profit from the confluence of lambda as only one reduction applies at a time.
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The Brigalow Belt Of Australia

Author : Alan Bailey
ISBN : CORNELL:31924067980635
Genre : Acacia harpophylla
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Papers covering soil, climate, flora and fauna, agricultural, pastoral, forestry and mioning uses, conservation and land management; paper by G.L. Walsh separately annotated.
Category: Acacia harpophylla

Proceedings

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ISBN : UCSD:31822036147148
Genre : Biology
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Rangelands A Resource Under Siege

Author : P. J. Joss
ISBN : 0521309360
Genre : Nature
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This volume comprises the proceedings of the Second International Rangelands Congress held in Adelaide, Australia in May 1984, and includes some 350 contributions drawn from 43 different countries. The Congress addressed the problem of the conflict between land-users and the degradation of this valuable resource. Some 40% of the Earth's land surface is and or alpine and therefore unsuitable for agricultural cultivation. Collectively, these lands are known as rangelands and in their natural state they constitute a habitat for grazing animals, both domestic and wild. Despite their low productivity, rangelands have been used for thousands of years as a source of food and fibre, but other uses such as mining, tourism, recreation and conservation are exerting increasing demands. The result is often conflict between land-users and degradation of the resource.
Category: Nature

Mammalia

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105020894213
Genre : Mammals
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Category: Mammals